The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1895 Page: 8 of 8
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They are Coming 10,000 Strong.
OUR XSTHSTE CENT
Sale that is so far reaching in values that. Thousands of Articles heretofore
bearin" the Mark of 30c, 25c, 23c, tOe and 15c, must now succumb the Great Power ol Nine Cent.
To see the manner in wish this Insignificant Amount of Nine ( ents
striding through anil tlirouidi regardless ot consequence, and without fear of
any competition, causing an opportunity for the money saving of this city,
and surrounding country to leap such a hai vest that never l efore known to
the human coul.
Stnrp The Bargain Makers
V V wV-J 1 of this country causing you to keep on the elert to get to our conn
I fast enough to secure such as you find you a « conftantly in need of. Vti
| this Sale; come and see the ciowds.that attend this Sale. Jiuy it you desi
. I ft T If not wanting to buv, pass your time watching the herd of cuotomers bu\
In every One Dollar there are Eleven Nine Cents Pieces, with One Cent remaining bring One Do
lar Down to the WICHITA STORE, and see what a Load you can Carry Away and have I Cent lei
In this department wa always lead.
No house in Norman ever touches the
low pi ices we quote during the year,
but now annihilating power of our Sic
Hale is simply a dealrojei of all form-
Head this list carefully and see if
w hat we say is not correct.
1 box buttermilk Soap. 8 cakes
i! cakes coconut oil Soap,
8 cakes pure castile Soap,
li boxes imislble Mail l'ms,
8 dozf o hair piris lor
1 box gold hair pins
1 dozen darning cotton
2 curling irons
1 bot tle shoe polish
8 boxes shoe blinking
2 tottles vasollne
2 bottles mucilage
2 bottles ink
8 bottles machine oil
2 scrub brushes
! blacking brushes
2 tea sieves for
2 dozen shoe laces
1 large hammer
1 hatchet for
2 tack hammeis
1 can opener
'/ flutter nail brush
2 tracing wheels
1 clothes brush
I hair brush
1 dozen spools thread
2 papers brass pins
2 boxes shoes buttons and fasters
12 dozen pants buttons
2 cards collars buttons
12 dozen agate buttons
2 dozen pearl button
•r> papers needles for
3 cards of salty pins
2 dozen lead pencils for
1 dozen rubber tip lead pencil
1 nickel back comb
1 large horn comb
2 line combs
2 Japanese tooth brush
9 boxes Japanese toothpicks
2 frencli harps
I box writing paper
'h envelopes for
5 bunches writing paper
How About This?
12 yards lace for
2 yards of 4 inch lace
500 yards Ecui lace, all widths for
I A nice fancy fan tor
il palmleaf fans
2 lai ge shell hat pins
; I fancy stick pin
j 1 ladies black belt
j I pair corset stays
| 1 set dress sta> s
II pair dress shields
j 1 pail ladies glove
Power of Nine Cents.
Twenty pieces of half wool Dress Goods, good variety of styles and the
kind j > u lii d others ask 10c, this Sale only
While we only quote the amount you get for 9c, does not signify that
is the line of your purchase. Vou can have all that is requiied to till joui
3,000 Vards Wash Goods.
Fast Black Satines, elegant fancy
Dimities, beautiful Crepaus; light
colored fancy Satines, all the new
fancy Organdies both dark and liiftat
grounds; black ground, handsome
printed Pongees, good quality; black
Lawns, splendid grades of dotted
Swisses, seven or eight svtles in plain
check and stripe of white goods,
values heretofore ranging 15c and
18c a yard.
Guess it is a conceded fact that we have the best quality and at the tame
time the cheapest prices on Hosery. This is an nil-year-round reputation,but
we want to convince you that we can do still better during this 9c Sale. We
will sell 20c ladies hose for lie, and also sell 25c ladies seamless fast black hose
for flc. 25 dozen Black and Tan Childien's Hose, worth 2<>c, this Sale 9c.
I 2 ladies vests for
1 bottle perfume -jc
2 boxes Swan Down face powder for ac
B i ubber hair pins 9c 10 dozen ladies vests worth 20c, go
1 nickel beit buckle 9c | in this Sale for
2 aluminium thimble | 20 dozen Child's vests, sizes from
2 dozen string ties ;|l; j ]4 to 20, this Sale 2 for
2 Windsor ties !"-
Read Over the List
And see what 9c will do.
3 yards tea toweiing for 9c
All linen crash 2 yards tor 9c
Fine 15c linen crasli per yard 9c
2 towels for 9c
1 laree towel 9c
2 vards bleached muslin 9c
2 1-2 yards unbleached muslin for 9c
2 yards of Midue Cbiveal Shi it inn 9c
2 yards apron checks or dress ging-
3 yards bunting flc
3 yaids dress prints flc
2 yards blue prints flc
1 yard good jeans flc
1 yard ttood pants goods flc
1 yard steel river percale flc
411 our zephyr and frencli ginghams flc
What do you Call TI
But the greatest bargain you i
1 spool fielding silk
2 spools ctochet cotton
1 silk ladies handkerchief
2 ladies scalloped bolder and fancy
1 lamp complete 9c
1 cieaui pitcher 9c
1 picket dish 9c
2 tumblers 9c
2 pepper and salt 9c
1 sugar boyvl flc
1 spoon holder flc
1 cake plate 9c
2 goblets flc
1 molasses cup flc
How is This?
75 ladies Shirt VVa'.Bts sets.consis
of three studs—one col lar button,
one pair link cuff buttons, in
shades to match the new style w«j
will be sold yvliile lliey last for flc.
Think of it.
It is simply useless for us to make
any lengthy speech about goods we
keep in this department, or the prices j
we have put on them for this flc Sale,
because yve have arranged one of our
windows containing Ilats, Flowers,
Ribbons, Buckles, etc., etc., which we
intend selling at 9c. If ton will take
the trouble to come down town to
look you will be convinced that yon )
have never befofe had sncli a cheap j
price on Millinery, Seeing is believ-
ing. Come and see.
25c and 35c hats go at flc. 25c, 35c and
50c flowers no at 9c. 15c, 20c, 25c and
30c ribbons go at 9r. 25c and 35c
buckles goat 9c. 25". 35c and 5llC jets
egretts at flc. Trimming laces at flc.
Hyacinth per dozen at flc. Cheapest
lot of raeichandise ever offered.
Chautauqua Assembly, Winfleld,
Kas., June 18th to 28th. One fare for
round trip. Sell June 17th to 22nd,
return limit June 2flth.
June 18th to 29th. One fate round
trip. Sell June loth to 28th, return
limit June 30lli,
Annual Convention Republican Na-
tional League. Cleveland, Ohio. One
fare round trip. Sell Jui.e 17th, re
turn limit J una 24th.
Fpwoi'lh League Convention Chat-
tanooga. Teun., June 27th to 30tli.
One fare round trip. Sell June 25th,
return limit July 4th.
Christian Kndeavors, Huston, July I
lOtli to 14th. One fate round trip, j
_^ell July 5th to 8th. return limit July
Baltimore, one fate round trip. Sell
July 15th and 10th, return limit Aug.
Louisville, Ky., one fare round trip.
Sept. Kill to 10th, return limit Sept.
25th. R. J. Mouoan, Ageut.
Cleveland County Sunday School I'onven
The Sunday school convention of
Cleveland county is called to meet at
Norman, June 28ih and 29th. An
A little investigation will shoyv you
that the Topic has been the means of
saving every man who desires to prove
up,the price of his publication notice.
Just remember this and bring your
notices to the Tone otlice. We yvrite
all papers and publish the notice free
Beaiilil')' Your Home*.
Mr. C. T. Gorton, living just south
of tow n has a lot of line shade trees,
from four to twelve feet high which
he sells for onlv 10 cents eaclr He
will furnish trees for church yards
free. At this price there is no excuse
for not beautifying your premises.
Kansas Steam Laundry Stallions &
J. H. MILT.KH, Agent.
Office at the
^ New York
Get your laundry done up in city
Style at common rates.
FOR ' IDt
The Ml. Lou'.m liepiibllr Free.
The "Twice-A-Week" St. Louis
Republic will be sent free for one year
to any person sending, before January
31.1895, aclub of three new yeatly
subscribers, with $3 to pay for the
Already the clans are gathering for
the fray in 1890. and 1895 will be full
of interesting events. The skirmish
line will be thrown out, the maneuver-
tlUI llldll! UUIM. ■ 'UIWIIU - -
teresting program is beit* arranged., i'lg iona and the plans ot campaign
The Kxecutive Committee of the arranged for the great contest in ,W
Territorial Convention ot Oklahoma The remaining short session ot the
are expected to be present to inspire democratic congress, to be followed
us with some enthusiastic addresses, shortly by a republican congress with
Fve. v school in the county is expected a democrat in the presidential chair
to send at least two delegates. The ! Willie productive of events ot meal-
McGINLEY & CARR.
Lone Star Saloon
Fine Wines, Whiskies and Cigars,
Headquarters for Ice Cold Reor,
French Coach and Per-
receive prompt at-
superintendents of the various Sunday
schools see to it that we have a full
convention. No school can afford to
miss sending a delegate. It will be a
treat to all who attend. Come and let
us study and woik together; it will do
os all good and "ill piomote the inter-
est of tlie Master's Kingdom.
Remember the dale, June 28th and
29th, 1895 It the superintendents
will kindly send their names and ad-
dresses to liev. S. K. Mem v of Nor-
man. programs and instructions will
be sent. J. 1' Lane,
President ot Convention.
Secure A Position.
Wanted, for office work, on salary, in most
every county In the smith ami west, a young
lady or gentleman. Those from the country
Ill fact, more politilal history Will | a|B0 accepted. Experience not necessary
be constiucted during 1895 than in any
yeai since the foundation ot the gov-
ernment, and a man without a news-
paper will be like a useless lump in
the movements of public opinion.
You can get three new subscribers
for The Republic by a few minutes'
effort. Remember in the Republic
subscribers get a paper twice-a-
week for the pricie of a weekly—only
$10(1 a year. Try it at once, and see
how easy it can be done. If you wish
a package of sample copies, yvrite
for them. Cut out this advertisment
and send with your order. Address
The St. Louis Republic, St. Louis, Mo
nihil Cow* For Stile or Trade. 1
Assessor s Notice.
To the owners of city property yvlio
have r.ot as yet rendered their proper-
ty it would be well to see me at once
and assist me in placing a proper val-j j liave a lot of good milch cows,
nation thereon. This is important fIesh, which I will sell for cash, cheap,
aud must be attended to at once, ot wjU trMde for fat cows to ship.
J F. Kick. I (>, Gorton,
in fact, prefer beginners at a email salary at
first, nay to begin, from to 5>tR).0) a
chances for rapid promotion good. Munt
deposit in bank oath,about fioo.uo. No loan
anked; n« investment required. It is a
salaried and permanent position. (StriotI3'
office work.) The enterprise is strong'y en
dorsed by bankers. Addrt-ss 1'. O, Mox 43JJ,
Nashville,Tenn. (Mentionthis paper,)
To the desire for Mor-
phine, Opium, Wliiskv
or tobacco. Proof free.
$0 to cure morphine or whisky habits
2 for curing tobacco habit. Address,
May 10 ly
Norma:), O. T,
lliiKK) Fur Sale.
If you want a nice canopy top
phaeton, single horse, and set of hat-
ness, but little worn, call at his ollice
We sell cheap.
Black Spanish .Kentucky
For Sale on easy terms or
will Trade tor Cattle.
MULES FOR SALE.
Even thing Guaranteed to be as
Represented. Tlie finest
lot of Stock ever offered
for sale in this
Campbell Stock Farm,
'2 miles N. E. Lexington, O. T.
J. Y. CAMPBELL <t SON,
SLTJ2 FROST HEAT MAID
* * SIGMAN & McGILL, Prop's. * *
Choice Fresh Meals,
All Kinds of Sausage.
SHARLES L, ROFF & 0(
—AGENTS FOR THE—
Celebrated Pabst Bee
Have Opened up Headquarters
Norman and are prepared to (urn
patrons with all the Popular Brands
The Finest Bottled Beer in th
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Brown, Quincey T. The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1895, newspaper, June 21, 1895; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116715/m1/8/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.